The Big Apple is known for its large celebrity presence and is no stranger to red carpet events. To get the celebrity treatment while keeping things budget-friendly, look to NoMad Hotel. Dinner might be at one of NoMad's various spaces with menus helmed by chef Daniel Humm and restaurateur Will Guidara.
Visit Aspen anytime between December and March and there's a chance you might see a superstar on the ski slopes, but luxury in Aspen also means a night at The Little Nell. Grab a drink and dance at the hotel's ski lounge, Chair 9, then dive into the heated, outdoor pool.
Where else can you feel like a movie star if not Los Angeles? The Kimpton Hotel Palomar is one place to do so and includes thoughtful amenities like complimentary GoPro cameras in addition to other luxe offerings.
With an indoor lap pool, spa and top-of-the-line concierge staff, you can see why celebrities can't get enough of Four Seasons in Atlanta. The hotel's restaurant, Park 75, is the spot of breakfast or afternoon tea. Try lunch or dinner at Bar Margo for a mix of traditional American cuisine with Asian and European influences.
Many celebrities are residents of Miami's most exclusive neighborhood, Star Island. For a day in the life of a movie star, make your way to Delano South Beach—a playful, elegant and eclectic hotel. Unwind at Agua Spa, Delano's rooftop wellness center or retreat seaside at the Delano Beach Club where you can order ocean-side bites or cocktails.
Maui is home to many celebrity A-listers who like to keep a low profile, maybe because it's so secluded. Travaasa Hana, specifically, is a resort favored by celebrities such as Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga.